Saturday, October 13, 2007

Today's Yummy Food


Breakfast: salad of spinach, carrots, yellow cherry tomatoes celery, cucumbers and avocado, drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice
3-4 sips of Wonder Girl's smoothie (spinach, ground flaxseeed, strawberries, blueberries & banana) This was WG's 1st attempt at making the smoothie herself. Simply delicious!

Snack #1: One half cantaloupe

Snack #2: coffee (non-raw)
Lunch: Raw Oaxac-Enchiladas
We spent the day in L.A., where a little market, erewhon, has lots of options for prepared Raw dishes. We picked this one up because we'd never tried this company's products. (In fact, I've never even heard of Oaxaca Raw, Living Foods by Sergio.)

The ingredients were mostly organic: coconut meat, almonds, walnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, red & green leafs (no idea what that means), red & green cabbage, oregano, parsley, sundried red chiles, lemon juice, onions, avocado, sea salt, cinnamon, raisins, nama shoyu (which is NOT raw, BTW), sesame seeds and spices. I know. That's a looooong list of ingredients, but what are you gonna do? The tortilla was tasty on its own, and all the flavors blended well, but the meal just wasn't that memorable.

Dinner: 1/2 Raw burger with raw BBQ sauce (which I modified from a recipe in Juliano's UNcook book) and a side of heirloom tomatoes

Dessert: 1/2 apple cookie from Rawvolution and a few bites of Raw ice cream






4 comments:

K.W. said...

Hi! I'm also trying an organic-raw-vegan product from Oaxaca Raw called "Ser-Raw Pasta". The incredients in this one are all organic: Zuccinis, Bell Peppers, Walnuts, Almonds, Cashews, Pinenuts, Oregano, Basil, Parsley, Onions, Garlic, Lemon, Olives, Olive Oil, Ground Peppers, Solar dried Sea Salt, Lettuce and Cabbage. It tastes amazing and has this creamy sauce but I'm trying to figure out which of these ingredients the sauce would be made from.

Dhrumil Purohit said...

Hey guys, where is Oaxaca Raw located?

Dhrumil
www.welikeitraw.com

28moons said...

I am hooked on Oaxaca Raw's Tlacolula taco - same type of ingredients. I would like to figure out how to make the green tortilla - anybone out there have a clue

ogechi said...

Oh yes! loving the Tlacolula taco. Also, try the Raw Crepes for a desert treat! Oaxaca Raw rocks.

Blogger, why can't nama shoyu be raw?
http://www.rawganique.com/Food1.htm